I am using the three plugins Script Runner for Confluence, Comalatech Workflows and Metadata (by A.Armstrong). Is it possible to write an event handler with Script Runner that listens on
Thanks for any answer!
Was thinking how you could solve this. Took me a while since I had to actually decompile the Comala Workflows add-on and understand how they do it. The good news is that there is sort of a way that you can fix this.
You'll need to use the Script Listeners and listen to the PageUpdateEvent.
Every time a Approval/Rejection or whatever state is performed, the PageUpdateEvent will be fired. This means you can actually catch the event, verify if it comes from Comala, and add a contentProperty stating the initial version using
this.contentPropertyManager.setStringProperty(page, "versionBeforeApproval", currentPageVersion);
Then when it's approved, you'll get the same PageUpdateEvent. There you'll need to check for the Approved state as it is shown on the following screenshot:
Screen Shot 2017-02-15 at 16.26.30.png
Then, I would suggest you add another contentProperty issuing the version after the approval.
This means you'll end up with 2 content properties, one that defines the beginning and the other the end.
Finally, you can display those in the UI using a Script Fragment that just calls the following REST Api:
Hope that helps.
Unfortunately not currently for the first point: https://productsupport.adaptavist.com/browse/SRPLAT-96
For the second point @Rafael Franco [Adaptavist] can you help please? I'm not sure what a metadata field is in this context.
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